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SC161 James Gang Resolution
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TitleSC161 James Gang Resolution
AbstractThis collection contains a resolution passed by the Common Council of the City of Kansas (now known as Kansas City). Following the death of Jesse James, the resolution commends Missouri Governor Thomas Crittenden, Kansas City Police Commissioner Henry H. Craig, and Clay County Sheriff James Timberlake "for breaking up and so nearly destroying the notorious Jesse James Band of outlaws."
AuthorCommon Council of the City of Kansas
DateApril 28, 1882
SubjectPolitics & government
Local SubjectJames, Jesse
James Gang
City Council
Crittenden, Thomas T.
Craig, Henry H.
Timberlake, James
Item TypeFinding Aid
Access This ItemThis collection is not available online. It may be viewed in the Missouri Valley Room.
CONTENTdm number40611
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